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Information System Security

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Information System Security

  • Question 1

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In Biometric Authentication, overly exact match will cause more secure authentication.

  • Question 2

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System performs a N:N comparison against a biometric DB in attempt to establish the identity of an unknown individual.

  • Question 3

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Which option is not related to voice recognamtion?


  • Question 4

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In biometric functionality, Which step is before Application Device step?


  • Question 5

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____________ means; probability that the system fails to detect a match between the input pattern and a matching template in the database.

  • Question 6

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In 7 factors for biometric authentication, which one explain:
biometric features that remain constant over time

  • Question 7

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In 7 factors for biometric authentication, which one explain:
accuracy, speed and robustness of technology

  • Question 8

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What is the most common type of biometrics device in the enterprise?

  • Question 9

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Correspondingly, a higher threshold will reduce the ______ but increase the _______.

  • Question 10

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Which option is not a security violation for false acceptance?

  • Question 11

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Biometric authentication base on something you _____

  • Question 12

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A biometric modality that uses the cadence of an individual's typing pattern for recognition.

  • Question 13

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Which option is not biometric method thet you are?

  • Question 14

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It measures the percent of invalid inputs which are incorrectly accepted.

  • Question 15

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For checking message integrity, destination checks provided hash code from source with public key of source.

  • Question 16

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In certificate verification, Consumer must have a trusted copy of the subject’s public key. The consumer can then chain from his trusted copy of subject’s public key to a trusted copy of issuer’s public key.

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Two messages can have same hash value.

  • Question 18

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In Digital Certificate, the plaintext contains of:
Issuer (CA)
Subject (user)
Subject (user) Public key
Expiration date

  • Question 19

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If the threshold is reduced, there will be fewer false false accepts but more non-matches.

  • Question 20

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In hash code, a small change in the input (message) drastically changes the output (digest).

  • Question 21

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The matching algorithm performs a decision based on a threshold which determines how close to a template the input needs to be for it to be considered a match.

  • Question 22

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The system will succeed in identifying the individual if the comparison of the sample to a template in the DB falls within a previously set ___________.

  • Question 23

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_________ means; when subject is trying to fool the system.

  • Question 24

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The other term for False Accept Rate is _____________.

  • Question 25

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For creating a digital signature, the process as follow:
Message --> Hash code --> encrypt hash code with Source private key

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